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  1. Motor-brain Droid Brothers are: Xtra Large Motor - the eldest brother Large Motor - the second brother Medium Motor - the youngest brother Simple, but Ingenious. Ugly, but Close. A worm drive is a gear arrangement in which a worm (screw) meshes with a worm gear (aspur gear). A worm drive can reduce rotational speed or transmithigher torque. One of the major advantages of worm gear drive units are that they can transfer motion in 90 degrees. The gear ratio is: 1 to teeth of the worm wheel The direction of transmission is not reversible due to the greater friction involved between the worm and worm-wheel. Worm gear configurations in which the gear cannot drive the worm are called self-locking. The eldest brother - Xtra Large Motor-brain The second brother - Large Motor-brain The youngest brother - Medium Large Motor-brain Power - Battery and its tray, Worm Hand and Tummy - Worm gear Feet - Each foot has 4 wheels Back - Antenna and pigtail Profile - Crankshaft and Link Mechanism drive Arms and Legs Three brothers - Red, Blue and Yellow Welcome to Camellia Café http://www.camellia.xin
  2. MaceWindu

    Brain in a vat

    Hi! Today I've made a lego interpretation of the well-known thought experiment. Are you sure that this topic isn't simulated by the computer while your brain is peacefully floating in a vat? Brain in a vat by Argos Green, on Flickr Thank you!
  3. Lancethecat

    [BRAINS] Cat D - The Wild Bunch

    Howler's Gulch was once a booming coal town, but when the miners dug too deep, they released an unthinkable threat that spread through the desert like wildfire. Now the few remaining pockets of survivors roam the desert in search of water and shelter, their numbers diminishing every day. Charles Livingstone- Before the plague, he was a respected Civil War veteran, but his first encounter with the undead left him without his legs and his trachea. Thanks to the work of a brilliant doctor/mechanic from San Francisco, he now lives relatively comfortably as the leader of a ragtag group of survivors. His favorite tea is Earl Grey, and his hobby is mowing down zombies with his steam-powered wheelchair while laughing maniacally. The Man in Black- No one knows much about this character, other than that he's a man who wears black. He's a heck of a shot, and that's all that matters to the other survivors. Jack the Monkey- Jack was bitten by one of the undead while working as a trained coal hauler monkey, but rather than become undead himself, he turned into a fully sentient monkey/zombie hybrid. The same doctor who fixed up Livingstone fitted him with drills for arms, which he uses to tear through hordes of zombies like butter. Butch Grimlow- Jack's owner and a former coal miner, Butch now applies his pick-axing skills to zombies instead of rocks. He keeps the heads of his victims in a knapsack strapped to his back, and the others are afraid to ask him what he plans on doing with them. Calamity Ann- Ann is a tough-as-nails sniper and former train robber who lost all of the flesh on her right arm in a previous encounter. No one on the team has had the nerve to ask her how it happened, and she acts like she doesn't even notice it.